One victim was life flighted to the hospital after a family domestic verbal argument turned violent Tuesday, Jan. 7.
Navasota is hosting its annual Martin Luther King Jr. celebration Saturday, Jan. 18. This year’s theme is “Keeping in Step with the Dream.”
Grimes County suffered damage from a storm that swept through the area abruptly Friday, Jan. 10, into early Saturday morning, Jan. 11, boasting heavy wind that left many residents without electricity.
“Pride and Progress” was the theme of Mayor Bert Miller’s State of the City address Thursday, Jan. 9.
Navasota Superintendent Dr. Stu Musick spoke about two distinct construction projects that are ongoing at Navasota ISD.
Grimes County Judge Joe Fauth opened his State of the County presentation Thursday, Jan. 9, with a few highlights of historical significance touching on the past, the present and the future.
In the Jan. 8, edition of The Examiner, in the article Coach Bennett resigns from Anderson-Shiro, there was a misspelling in Anderson-Shiro Superintendent Scott Beene’s quote.
Open Call for actors at Navasota Theatre: Auditions for “Majorie Prime” by Jordan Harrison will be held at the Navasota Theatre Alliance Sunny Fur-man Theatre Sunday, Jan. 26 at 6 p.m.
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